Unless it has been retrofitted the '89 I believe still took freon. If it has been completely empitied out it will take a couple of those cans from Walmart. If the system has been opened up to replace a component, you will have to use a vacuum pump to remove all air and moisture from the system. Oil will also have to be added, but you can get all that in one can.
The water pump on a 1989 Ford F150 5.0 liter is changed by removing the engine accessories, disconnecting the radiator hoses, and removing the retaining bolts. The pump is then pulled from the block, a new gasket put in place, and the new pump installed.
No , the 5.4 liter is a ( V8 ) engine in the Ford F-150
281 cubic inches for the Ford 4.6 liter V8 engine
there is no 6.2 engine
No. The F150 installation is longitudinal and the Freestar is not. That makes the manifolding incompatible.
( .044 inch ) for the 2.3 liter four cylinder engine in a 1989 Ford Mustang ( according to one of the Ford websites )
where can i find a vacuum line diagram for 1989 ford 2.9 liter engine
about 5 qts
A 1989 Ford Bronco II has a ( 2.9 liter / 177 cubic inch V6 engine )
on top of the spark plugs in the intake manifold.
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You can fit the remanufactured 18 liter Ford engine in the 1989 Tempo. You can also choose the 3.0 liter SHO engine that was found in the Escort at about the same time.Ê
The EGR valve, on a 2004 Ford F150 5.4 liter engine, is located on the top of the engine near the back. The valve is difficult to identify without prior mechanical knowledge.
Yes they did. I had one. It had a 4.9 liter engine and manual transmission.
There usually on the exhaust header
I believe it should be close to the distributor at the front of the engine
Front drivers side of engine.
We need to know which engine you have to answer this question.
10 degrees BTDC ( unless engine compartment decal shows different ) for the 7.5 liter ( 460 cubic inch ) V8 engine in a 1989 Ford truck
probably in the gas tank. call a ford dealership and ask to talk to a mechanic.
bank 1 is the passenger side of the engine
Bank 2 is the drivers side of your 4.2 liter V6 engine in a 2005 Ford F-150
owners manual in glove box should say